Cancer fast becoming a major killer in Bhutan

The numbers in all probability do not reflect the actual magnitude of the problem due to either non reporting or gaps in data collection but even the available numbers show that Bhutan cannot afford to More...

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Stakeholders discuss disturbances on wetlands and adopt the Kanchenjunga Landscape

Representatives from member countries of International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), Bhutan, Nepal and India, discussed the effects of natural and human More...

Bhutan to boost ICT

Bhutan is moving closer to achieving e-governance, as the Ministry of Information and Communications (MoIC) concluded the second phase of its ICT e-Gov master plan on April 14 More...

Motor vehicle numbers increase despite the ban

The 5th edition of Annual Info-comm and Transport Statistical Bulletin 2014 states that the number of vehicles in the country has increased by 0.71 %, whereas the number of taxis More...

10 monks fall sick as food poisoning is suspected

Ten monks of Kharchu Dratshang in Bumthang rushed to Bumthang hospital after suffering from symptoms of food poisoning on April 15. The first case was reported at around 1 am in More...

PM signs Performance Agreements with Wangdue and Trongsa Dzongdags

The Prime Minister Lyonchhen Tshering Tobgay signed the GPMS Performance Agreements with Wangdue Phodrang and Trongsa Dzongkhags on 7th April. Lyonchhen reiterated that the performance More...

17-year-old kills uncle out of frustration

A fight over Nu 500 between the two cousins led to the killing of a 53-year-old man in the evening of April 16 at Dongkopji More...

Suspect sent on bail by court

The 23-year-old suspect who was arrested and detained for raping a minor in the evening of March 11 at around 9 More...

A choice between unity or chaos

Though around nine months have passed since the 2013 elections the impact and after effects of...

The pressing need for home loans

One of the biggest casualties of the rupee and credit crisis was the crushing of many...

The Tech Park issue

For a country already reeling from the ongoing Rupee and Credit crisis, the announcement that APG...

Wild traffic in Bhutan

The two most frustrating parts for most office going people are mornings and evenings while driving to work More...

Bhutan is still in a financial dilemma

In spite of generating huge tariff from the hydro power plants as well as receiving handsome grants from the neighboring countries,..

Why Bhutanese Women need Quota in Politics

Looking at both the domestic and international scenario for women in politics and going through some literature by various individuals and..

A look at the Meet-the-People Program so far

The main purpose of the Meet-the-People program is to allow people find access to the government so that grievances More...

Book on late Gayum Ashi Phuntsho Choden Wangchuck launched

Her Majesty the Queen Mother Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck launched a dzongkha biography book of Her Majesty the late Gayum, Ashi Phuntsho..

Man arrested and detained for ‘raping’ a cow

In what may seem unbelievable, a rape case has been filed against a man for raping a cow in Beldro village,..

Letters to the editor

Response to, “NA’s Legislative Committee discusses RTI with relevant agencies” RTI will automatically generate information, which in turn, will be transformed..

Court convicts four women for possessing tobacco products

The four women arrested from Khenpajochu under Tshogom Gewog, about seven kilometers from the Wangdue town, for selling and possessing tobacco..

Open National Badminton Championship underway

            The five-day ‘open national badminton championship 2013’ that kicked off on December 26 is underway..

Cancer fast becoming a major killer in Bhutan

The numbers in all probability do not reflect the actual magnitude of the problem due to either non reporting or gaps..

Stakeholders discuss disturbances on wetlands and adopt the Kanchenjunga Landscape

Representatives from member countries of International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), Bhutan, Nepal and India, discussed the effects of natural..